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K-Beauty Review: TONYMOLY Pokemon Sheet Mask



Up first in my K-Beauty Sheet Mask review series, we have this adorable Pokemon themed sheet mask from TONYMOLY. Hollar.com had at least three different varieties to choose from and while I love Pikachu and Charmander, I've always had a soft spot for this little plant dude.


Okay Bulbasaur, let's get started!


First Impression: the solution feels really nice and refreshing. It has a very mild green tea scent and I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't overpowering at all. The mask itself seemed a little big for my face shape and sat kind of awkwardly - I opted to just lie down on my bed with some music playing for 20 minutes. I didn't feel like constantly having to adjust it.


I readily admit that the lighting in my bathroom is horrid, but rest assured there were no immediately visible effects that you're missing out on here. My pores definitely felt a little cleaner and smaller though, and my skin overall felt a bit tighter.

Usually after using a sheet mask, I don't feel the need to immediately moisturize but this left my skin feeling a bit dry. And since I was going to bed anyways, I went ahead with my usually nighttime routine of serums and oils.

The next day I didn't see any noticeable difference in my skin. This mask was really cute and fun to try, but ultimately I don't feel like it did a lot for me.

3.5/5 - would recommend for the "cute factor".

Comments

  1. Ooooo I've been dying to try these forever but I was skeptical about them. At least they're cute!!

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    1. Don't worry - I have like 8 more sheet masks from TONYMOLY to try out so hopefully one will pique your interest!

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  2. That is a really cute mask! Too bad it wasn't as good...

    Kathrin | Polar Bear Style

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